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DerekS, I can't believe you're wearing that to work.

I would. But I'm not required to wear coat and tie to work, so there's full style freedom. Wondering if Derek is in the same boat rolleyes.gif

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I would. But then I'm not required to wear coat and tie to work, so there's full style freedom. Wondering if Derek is in the same boat rolleyes.gif

im in that boat! i have a ton of freedom to wear what i want. most of my business is done via email and over the phone.
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When you wear a suit like that, it's bidness, not business. satisfied.gif
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if its too loud, youre too old.


Isaia, charvetx2, john lobb towcesters

Awesome!
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Happy St Patricks Day, guys.


Thought I'd share this story. Wore the same jacket with cream colored button-down shirt, Brunelli cotton pants, and brown Gravatti shoes (per Masterclasser's suggestions) to the Press club in San Francisco last night, and I'm in the bathroom peeing, literally midstream, when this guy in the bathroom (who I guess followed me in) asks whether he could borrow the jacket and leave with it and join his friends, because the jacket had been such an object of attention. I, of course, said yes but pointed out it would be easier for me if I finished peeing first. Now, I had just met a couple of girls there, and it can always be misinterpreted, especially in San Francisco, if some guy follows you into the bathroom and leaves after a few minutes wearing your clothes. Long story short, he wore that jacket and pictures were taken by his friends, and I'm not sure if my explanation was completely satisfactory to the girls (especially in San Francisco). Now, the wierd thing is that I've worn the jacket out four times, and on two of those occsaions, I've had guys come up to me and ask to borrow this jacket so they can take pictures with them in it. Wierd.
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Did he shake your hand before of after you finished urinating?
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Claghorn, I always enjoy you ties. Who's today's maker and is it linen?
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Did he shake your hand before of after you finished urinating?

During. It's called the San Francisco Shake.
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

Did he shake your hand before of after you finished urinating?

 

 And did you get the jacket back?

 

 Guys do tend to make comments/compliments about your clothes in the bathroom if they are going to do that.

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Claghorn, I always enjoy you ties. Who's today's maker and is it linen?


Gracias! Ties are by far my favorite part of my wardrobe.

 

This tie is a silk linen blend from Howard Yount.

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 And did you get the jacket back?

 Guys do tend to make comments/compliments about your clothes in the bathroom if they are going to do that.

It does cross my mind that getting my jacket back could be difficult. On the other hand, perhaps Pendleton could start a whole new line of " ice-breakers for the bathroom" men's clothing.
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Did he shake your hand before of after you finished urinating?

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Originally Posted by edmorel View Post

During. It's called the San Francisco Shake.
fuck....you beat me to it.
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It does cross my mind that getting my jacket back could be difficult. On the other hand, perhaps Pendleton could start a whole new line of " ice-breakers for the bathroom" men's clothing.

nod[1].gif im sure that would go over well.
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Thought I'd share this story. Wore the same jacket with cream colored button-down shirt, Brunelli cotton pants, and brown Gravatti shoes (per Masterclasser's suggestions) to the Press club in San Francisco last night, and I'm in the bathroom peeing, literally midstream, when this guy in the bathroom (who I guess followed me in) asks whether he could borrow the jacket and leave with it and join his friends, because the jacket had been such an object of attention. I, of course, said yes but pointed out it would be easier for me if I finished peeing first. Now, I had just met a couple of girls there, and it can always be misinterpreted, especially in San Francisco, if some guy follows you into the bathroom and leaves after a few minutes wearing your clothes. Long story short, he wore that jacket and pictures were taken by his friends, and I'm not sure if my explanation was completely satisfactory to the girls (especially in San Francisco). Now, the wierd thing is that I've worn the jacket out four times, and on two of those occsaions,
I've had guys come up to me and ask to borrow this jacket so they can take pictures with them in it. Wierd.

Does this actually happen to people? I find the idea of some random dude asking to wear my clothes very odd and off-putting. I would likely be too confused to oblige.

Compliments? Sure. But walking up to someone you don't know and saying "let me wear that" seems like an easy way to create confrontation.
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PT...i think there was some confusion in the bathroom.......it was loud, and you thought he was asking you to take your jacket off...but actually he was asking "if he could jack it off"


hope that clears it up.
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